Solar PV & Renewables Experts
Amber Green Energy – Northern Ireland’s leading Green Energy & Solar Panel Photovoltaic solutions provider. Unlock the excellent Returns on Investment from renewable, green energy power & heat generation. Amber Green Energy will help you through the planning & design of green energy technologies for: Solar PV Panels NI – photovoltaics, Anaerobic Digestion, Wind Energy & Biomass – Renewable Heating. Navigate grants & sustainable energy revenues: Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) in Northern Ireland (NI). Check out our Solar Panels Renewable Energy Northern Ireland solutions.
Solar Panels Northern Ireland
Solar Panels Northern Ireland NI: AmberGreen Solar Panels Northern Ireland are leading designer & installer of Solar PV Panels using the UV energy from the sun. Benefit from 20 years of financial support from the government and take back control of your energy costs.
Biomass Renewable Heating
Biomass Renewable Heating AmberGlow wood pellet heating systems (biomass renewable heating), burns ENPlus A1 grade wood pellets to power existing central heating and hot water systems.
Well over a million units are now in service throughout Europe.
Anaerobic Digestion provides significant renewable energy benefits and financial returns, generating both electricity and heat to the owners. Anaerobic Digestion refers to the process whereby plant and animal material, also known as biomass, is broken down by micro-organisms and is converted into methane.
Wind turbines use wind to generate electricity. Wind turbines are one of the most effective forms of renewable green energy technology. A well placed, single site, 250kWh wind turbines can produce up to £100,000 per annum gross income – this will slash your energy costs and produce revenue for up to 20 years.
Everyone who switches on a light, turns on a computer, fires up a compressor, switches on a boiler should be aware of the effects this has on our climate. It’s not good enough to leave it up to others to do something about it, it’s up to all of us to do something about it!–Dwyer O’Neill, Chief Executive Amber Green Energy.